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22 Feb 2017 Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool [60966]
By Srinivas Karri, February 22nd, 2017

Srinivas writes in Forbes, "During a typical day, we use a variety of applications that, by virtue of their artificial intelligence, automatically understand our speech and provide near-real-time feedback to support decision-making. Think Siri. But is machine learning, one of a number of AI techniques, ready for clinical applications, specifically to accelerate drug development and/or reduce development costs?

First, some context. Machine learning encompasses a variety of algorithmic techniques that clinical drug developers can use to identify and infer patterns to support enhanced/automated decision-making. One such technique is Natural Language Processing, which can be used to 'read' scientific text and infer its semantic context in order to search and find information more easily..."
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22 Feb 2017 Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool [60963]
By Srinivas Karri

Srinivas writes in Forbes, "During a typical day, we use a variety of applications that, by virtue of their artificial intelligence, automatically understand our speech and provide near-real-time feedback to support decision-making. Think Siri. But is machine learning, one of a number of AI techniques, ready for clinical applications, specifically to accelerate drug development and/or reduce development costs?

First, some context. Machine learning encompasses a variety of algorithmic techniques that clinical drug developers can use to identify and infer patterns to support enhanced/automated decision-making. One such technique is Natural Language Processing, which can be used to 'read' scientific text and infer its semantic context in order to search and find information more easily..."
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20 Feb 2017 Emerging Technologies Fill Oracle's Smart UX Toolbox [60964]
By Jeremy Ashley

Jeremy writes in Forbes, "As companies talk seriously about the workplace role of adaptive intelligence, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and natural language understanding, it's time to talk about the fundamental shift in user experience (UX) these emerging technologies could also bring about.

Our research on emerging technologies reveals three main benefits to developing such a smart UX:

  • Automate tasks to increase efficiency.
  • Advise users on the best course of action to meet their objectives.
  • Discover relevant, actionable information while also inviting exploration.

The goal is to deliver more personalized and contextual user experiences based on where users are and what they're doing..."
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17 Feb 2017 Oracle's CEO Emphasizes Their Continued Commitment To The Cloud [60739]
Forbes, February 17th, 2017

Steve Banker writes in Forbes, "Oracle's supply chain conference, Modern Supply Chain Experience, took place this week in San Jose, California. The overarching theme this year, as it was last year, involved the advantages of Cloud solutions. Oracle is committed to the Cloud for all their applications, the acquisition of NetSuite further demonstrates that, but in this case their focus was on the advantages of Cloud in their supply chain applications..."
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09 Feb 2017 Top 4 CMO Priorities For 2017 [60493]
By Michael Hickins

Michael writes in Forbes, "And chief information officers thought they had it bad? The joke used to be that CIO stands for 'career is over,' but I'm not sure what the joke CMO acronym might be, other than 'clean my office out.' Executive search firm Spencer Stuart puts the average tenure of chief marketing officers at 44 months - barely more than three years.

Indeed, when much is given, much is expected. CMOs are now awash in customer data, and that's supposed to be pure gold, with no panning necessary. And while CIOs are struggling with flat or diminishing IT budgets, CMOs seem to have a license to print money for marketing automation technology. No wonder the clash of hyped-up expectations and cold, hard reality is giving CMOs headaches..."
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